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Tiffany&Co x Saatchi Gallery : the Blue Dream

Starting from June 10, a vast Tiffany & Co retrospective will be presented at the Saatchi Gallery in London. Capturing our attention thanks to its recent ad collaborations with Jay-Z and Beyonce, through this exhibition the American jewelry House seeks to bring to the spotlight its immense heritage, dating back to the year it was founded in 1837. Entitled “Vision and Virtuosity”, the project marks the 150 years of the brand’s presence in London and highlights some fabulous treasures. From collaborations with Elsa Peretti, Jean Shlumberger or Angela Cummings, to the “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”  original script and the little black Givenchy dress worn by Audrey Hepburn, the exhibition dazzles with its richness. And for those who wish to connect the past to the future, a superb catalog published by Assouline as well as the original sweatshirts designed by Daniel Arsham will be available among skateboards or American footballs, at the museum concept store. A blue dream, but certainly a Tiffany blue.

Tiffany&Co x Saatchi Gallery : the Blue Dream

Starting from June 10, a vast Tiffany & Co retrospective will be presented at the Saatchi Gallery in London. Capturing our attention thanks to its recent ad collaborations with Jay-Z and Beyonce, through this exhibition the American jewelry House seeks to bring to the spotlight its immense heritage, dating back to the year it was founded in 1837. Entitled “Vision and Virtuosity”, the project marks the 150 years of the brand’s presence in London and highlights some fabulous treasures. From collaborations with Elsa Peretti, Jean Shlumberger or Angela Cummings, to the “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”  original script and the little black Givenchy dress worn by Audrey Hepburn, the exhibition dazzles with its richness. And for those who wish to connect the past to the future, a superb catalog published by Assouline as well as the original sweatshirts designed by Daniel Arsham will be available among skateboards or American footballs, at the museum concept store. A blue dream, but certainly a Tiffany blue.